Trip Planner : Europe / UK / Scotland / Scottish Highlands / Beauly / Historic Sites / Beauly Priory
Beauly Priory, Beauly
Categories: Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
Take a walk around the grounds of Beauly Priory, the ruins of a Valliscaulian monastic community founded in 1230. Information boards throughout the property tell you about its history, including its period as a Cromwell fort in 1650. Several notable figures have visited the priory through history, including Mary Queen of Scots during her travels in the Highlands. John Keats was inspired to pen the poem "On Some Skulls in Beauley Abbey" near Inverness with his friend, Charles Brown, when he visited in summer of 1818. Make Beauly Priory a part of your Beauly vacation plans using our Beauly trip itinerary builder.
Create a full itinerary - for free!
Beauly is a small village - if you were driving through, blink sand you may miss it. The Priory is certainly a must see whether you are passing through or visiting Beauly. The Priority dates from 1230... read more »
I love old buildings and if you are in Beauly you simply have to go and have a look around this one, to have a little gem like this on your doorstep is a real treat
Free entry into a fascinating place of interest, yes it's a ruin but it's a step back in time, don't get a fright when you look into the crypt !!
Unable to display map at this time. Please try again later.
Are you the owner of this business? Click here for promotion tips.